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Vauxhall is a world-renowned vehicle engineering company, with a huge range of manufactured vehicles on the market. Commonly used as fleet vehicles in corporate fleets or by businesses looking for reliable transportation for their employees, Vauxhall cars are also commonly used as personal or family cars by discerning drivers.

Vauxhall has a wide range of cars, vans and trucks available for purchase in both a personal and business capacity, including the Astra, Corsa, Insignia and Zafira models, which can be recognised from their stylish advertisements and ubiquitous presence on the roads of the UK and the continent alike.

Reasons to call the Vauxhall head office contact number:

  • To enquire about the closest Vauxhall sales centre to you
  • To find more information about your Vauxhall car, Vauxhall van, or replacement parts
  • For more information on recommended Vauxhall mechanics and parts vendors
  • To register a complaint concerning Vauxhall
  • To make enquiries about seeking employment with Vauxhall

Vauxhall FAQs

Where will my Adams come from?
I’ve heard Vauxhall has a factory in the UK – what cars are made there?
How many people can the average Vauxhall Meriva comfortably accommodate?
I’ve just bought a Vauxhall – how long can I rely on the warranty?

Other Useful Vauxhall Helpline Numbers

Department Contact Number
Customer Services 0843 218 4728
Head Office 0843 218 4728
Missing orders 0843 218 4728

Vauxhall Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Griffin House
Osborne Road
Luton
England
LU1 3YT

Vauxhall Helpline Opening Hours

Days Opening Hours
Monday- Friday 9am-6pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Vauxhall

Vauxhall is a world-renowned vehicle engineering company, with a huge range of manufactured vehicles on the market. Commonly used as fleet vehicles in corporate fleets or by businesses looking for reliable transportation for their employees, Vauxhall cars are also commonly used as personal or family cars by discerning drivers.

Vauxhall has a wide range of cars, vans and trucks available for purchase in both a personal and business capacity, including the Astra, Corsa, Insignia and Zafira models, which can be recognised from their stylish advertisements and ubiquitous presence on the roads of the UK and the continent alike.

As registered members of several Government schemes involved in assisting mobility and independent living, Vauxhall also provide a range of vehicles, some of which are custom-made, which help customers who are disabled or otherwise mobility impaired to drive again and maintain a semblance of their independence and agency over their own travel arrangements. Their cars can be provided with automatic gearboxes if necessary, and can be equipped with a unique system called “Vauxhall Onstar” which allows the driver to activate a system within the car which connects them to trained Vauxhall head office advisors, whenever they need it. Isolated individuals who are involved in accidents can find this service life-saving – if the car is involved in an accident, Onstar will switch on autonomously, and the trained advisor will attempt to make contact and dispatch emergency aid to the driver’s location.

Famous Vauxhall Models: The Corsa

When someone says “Vauxhall,” the next word to pop into a listener’s head is likely to be “Corsa,” and there’s a good reason behind that. The Corsa is, without a doubt, the most popular Vauxhall model available, and may, in fact, be the most popular car in the world. Available in a number of configurations to suit the driver, customers can choose between three doors or five, and a large number of surprisingly advanced features can be found in newer models – Advanced Parking Assist, for one, which is both advanced and helpful, as it says on the tin. The parking assistant allows you to park in extremely tight city spaces, and opens a lot of new opportunities to the driver.

Other futuristic Corsa features include the interfacing between the corsa’s touch-screen and any Apple products, like iPhones, allowing complete sensory adduction in the car. The Corsa Limited even has access to Onstar technology, which provides high-speed internet access functionality and the ability to automatically activate in case of emergency, possibly sending help when you most desperately need it.

On top of all that, the Corsa just looks great.

Famous Vauxhall Models: The Mokka

A small “hybrid” four-wheel drive SUV, the Mokka is a sleek, athletic car with a high aspect, allowing customers an unprecedented view of the road, significant advantages in comfort, and superior safety. All the seats can be fully adjusted and repositioned, and significant storage space is available for any interested parties – and that’s all of us, since storage space is the one thing we usually run out of!

The Vauxhall Mokka is also a particularly “green” car, with every engine configuration option available conforming to European emissions guidelines and equipped with Start/Stop Technology, stretching your fuel efficiency even further while shrinking your carbon footprint. With “smart 4×4 technology,” the Mokka can adapt to changing conditions on the fly, and work with maximum fuel efficiency – it’s even possible to “winterise” the car with heated seats and a self-warming steering wheel!

Famous Vauxhall Models: The Adam

Made for intense, close-contact metropolitan zones, the Vauxhall Adam is the quintessential city driver’s dream. A neat car with no extraneous frilling or bloating, the Adam sports three door design, and allows a combination of colours for the car’s chassis and roof, personalising it and making it easier to find in dense situations.

The Adam comes in three whimsically-named varieties – the Jam, Glam and Slam – which all come equipped with the signature three-door chassis, daytime running lights, a specialised surround-sound system for all your favourite tunes, and no-holds-barred extra-comfy chairs to enjoy your drive that little bit more.

Buying Replacement Parts for Vauxhall Models

Beware impersonators – real Vauxhall replacement parts can only be bought from approved retailers! Find your closest and most convenient oneĀ here, and you’ll be back on the road in no time at all!

Getting Vauxhall Car Finance

As with all car finance options, Vauxhall cars can be bought on a range of plans. Depending on what you can afford, your financial situation and your individual preferences, you may wish to go for a flexible car finance deal, one with a 0% APR payback scheme, or one which allows you to build equity on the car and own it eventually – or, alternatively, trade it in when the finance period’s up and get a brand new model instead!

Vauxhall FAQs Expanded

Where will my Adams come from?

The world-famous Vauxhall Adams is made only in the Rhineland – the city-specialist cars and made in Germany by a German company named “Opel.”

I’ve heard Vauxhall has a factory in the UK – what cars are made there?

Unfortunately, and entirely undue to the actions of the Brexit- or Remain-voting subsections of the UK populace, Vauxhall has elected to move much of its production capability out of the UK. However, two of them have remained – in the isolated wilderness of Ellesmere Port, the Vauxhall Astra is built by experienced teams of engineers in a semi-automated factory. Meanwhile, the dense, smoggy cityscape of Luton conceals an incredible secret – a mechanist’s plant where legions of robots and human workers work side by side, constructing endless fleets of Vauxhall Vivaro vans.

How many people can the average Vauxhall Meriva comfortably accommodate?

Well, that all depends on the model! Some Meriva models are able to comfortably and safely transport 7 people, which means it can be an incredible option for big families, or small families that want to take the Grandparents on vacation with them, or small sects, tiny start-up companies who all drive around together, or 7-man-bands on tour!

Despite being able to haul a truly unbelievable number of people – 7! Can you believe it? – the Vauxhall Meriva doesn’t cut corners on safety or comfort, with a fully tested and up to standard safety loadout and a complement of seats which can comfortably support the spines of young and old alike.

I’ve just bought a Vauxhall – how long can I rely on the warranty?

Usually, the standard Vauxhall warranty lasts for 3 years, or the first 1095 days of your term aas Chief Driver of that car. However, if you are concerned, you may be able to apply for an extended warranty on your car, and enjoy the benefits of warranty cover well into the future. Take note, however, that the extended warranty usually comes with certain terms and conditions that must be adhered to if the warranty is to hold.

About Vauxhall

Founded in 1857, Vauxhall was named after the region in which it operated – Vauxhall, in London. Originally a shipwright, and established by a Scottish ship’s engineer, the company originally produced maritime engines, naval pumps and bilges. However, it was not to last, as 6 years later, a mysterious travelling crane maker (I’m serious) purchased the company and reworked it as a generic Iron Works.

This was a sensible move in the current economic climate – diverse and adaptable generalist industry was able to work to whatever was profitable at the time, surviving where specialists withered and died. The fateful invention of the personal motorised car was a massive shock through these industries, and within a few years, Vauxhall had a reputation as a “luxury automobile maker”.

However, Vauxhall did not become a car for the everyman until after the end of hostilities against Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, when the Opel, Luton and Ellesmere Port manufacturing facilities were opened and production began in earnest. The rest, as they say, is history!